AYOTZI 68 is a collective of artists and activists that focuses on artistic creation, popular education and supporting the food sovereignty movement. The name of the collective emerges from the social movement that intensifies after the Mexican army forcibly disappear 43 students for the Isidro Burgos Teacher’s College in Ayotzinapa, Mexico in September 2014. As well as it collects the histories of global student movements of 1968, for instance when hundreds of students were killed by the Mexican army in Tlatelolco. These events in turn are directly linked to the indigenous Zapatista struggle and a global indigenous resistance. One of the objectives of the collective is to advance artistic creation and education through anti-capitalist practices, linking indigenous resistance and anti colonial struggles happening simultaneously around the world

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